Meredith Gordon is a circus artist, actor, and musician who loves using theatricality to create performances that make strong human connections.
Meredith fell in love with theater and circus at an early age. He taught himself to juggle as a teenager and developed a passion for theater as a college student. Over the past 30 years Meredith has trained and worked as an actor and circus artist. He freelances as a circus artist who juggles, stiltwalks, clowns and generally acts a fool. In 2000 he became a medical clown with the Big Apple Circus Clown Care Unit and served as the supervisor for the Atlanta Clown Care Unit from 2012 to 2016. He is a founding member of Humorology Atlanta which continues the laughter giving work of medical clowning. He began working in social circus as a coach with Cirque du Monde in 2001 and continues his work as a circus educator with the Circus Arts Institute.
Meredith holds a BA degree in Theater (minor Music) from Middle Tennessee State University. As a musician, he plays the piano, ukulele, and accordion. As an actor he has performed with the Alliance Theater, Theatrical Outfit, Georgia Ensemble Theater, Atlanta Shakespeare Company, Actor’s Express, Georgia Shakespeare Festival, and Jomandi Productions.